Nulla via invia
curated by NAM – Not A Museum
in Piazza dell’Orologio
Free entry. Access is restricted in compliance with COVID-19 regulations.
Giulietta project, curated by Stefano Giuri, is part of the NAM – Not A Museum Public Program: happenings, performances and temporary installations that will interact with the spaces of Manifattura Tabacchi.
The first event will be on Thursday 24 February with the happening Nulla via invia by Gianluca Concialdi.
Nulla via invia is a happening in which three kitchens created by the artist will be activated and where the public is invited to participate by bringing their own portion of food to be cooked on the barbecue.
ph. Alessandro Drudi
Gianluca Concialdi (Palermo, 1981) moves in different fields: painting, sculpture and installations. With his works he investigates how spaces and architectural structures can be considered informal or minimal pictorial elements. Concialdi works mainly on installations populated by sculptures, subjects that emphasize the surreal and metaphysical dimension, hidden by the real thing.
He has participated in solo and group exhibitions, including Curva di Gallo, Clima, Milan (2018); Kapala, Localedue, Bologna (2017); Park View, Frankfurt am Main, Berlin (2016); Caro Federico, GAM Palermo (2016); JEITO, L’Ascensore, Palermo (2015); MOODCLOTH, Ermes, Rome (2014); Till youth and genial years are flown, Zero…, Milan (2014); Ah, si va a oriente!, Fondazione per l’arte, Rome (2014); T, Monza (2014); Menabrea Art Prize winner (2014); Fegato di Piacenza, Carico Massimo, Livorno (2014); La Matte, Frankfurt am Main, Berlin (2014); One Thousand Four Hundred and Sixty, Peep-Hole, Milan (2013); VIR-Via farini in residence, Milan (2013); Anonima Concialdi, GiuseppeFrau Gallery, Normann (2012); Penso con le mie ginocchia, studio Airò, Dugnani, Perrone, Milano (2012).